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From January 5-11, 2020, the Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate National Migration Week. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Promoting a Church and a World for All,” which reflects the need for Catholics to be inclusive and welcoming to all our brothers and sisters. It is a call for unity to stand in solidarity with and care for those who are excluded and marginalized.
Join Bishop William F. Medley at St. Stephen Cathedral for Mass as we kick off National Migration Week – la Semana Nacional de la Migración – across our diocese and the nation on Saturday, January 4 at 11 AM.
Let us take some time during the upcoming National Migration Week to reflect on how we can better welcome, protect, promote, and integrate migrants living in our midst. How can we counter the globalization of indifference that affects us all, to some degree or another? What policies can we promote that will affirm the dignity of migrants and better secure the common good? How do we work more fully to promote a Church for all?
*Information provided by the USCCB Migration & Refugee Services.